Our Tours

We now offer a unique half-day London Legal Walking Tour (including a tour of the Royal Courts of Justice). Please see our home page or contact us for further details.

Our next scheduled tours of the are below.
Large groups can also be accommodated on these and other dates.

Thursday 20 February at 15:15
Tuesday 25 February at 10:30
Thursday 5 March at 09:45
Wednesday 11 March at 11:30
Thursday 19 March at 09:45
Tuesday 24 March at 12:00
Friday 27 March at 10:00
Tuesday 31 March at 11:45
Thursday 16 April at 09:45
Friday 24 April at 13:45

Our tours are delivered by the finest guides, many with unrivalled legal knowledge and/or a judicial background.

If you are a tour guide in London and are interested in joining our team please make contact.

Tours run from Monday to Friday (subject to at least 12 people having booked) . We also provide V.I.P personal tours for groups (see price guide for details).

Our tour is entertaining, educational and exciting, and will last approximately between one hour to one hour and fifteen minutes. See tour highlights below.

Subject to the cases being heard on the day of your tour, you may have the opportunity to view a live case from the public gallery.

We accept all methods of payment, made via secure encrypted checkout and we never pass on customer details to third parties.

Price List:

Adult: £14.00
Child: £11.00 (14 years old and under)
VIP Tour (private, for groups of between one and twenty people):
Group (One to twelve people), £275
Group (thirteen to twenty people), £360
Larger Groups – not a problem, please contact us via our booking page

Schools Groups (important) – we deliver fantastic tours for Schools (and can tailor these to meet your individual needs) but we do not provide ‘Workshop Sessions’ for Schools nor ‘Moot Court Sessions’ although there may be alternative tour providers for Schools which do.

If you have a problem booking a tour please contact us via email at: toursupport@theroyalcourtsofjustice.com

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Tour Highlights

  1. The Great Hall
  2. Viewing of original court documents relating to ‘Guy Fawkes’ from year 1605
  3. Exhibition of legal costumes
  4. History about the fabulous Art, including works by Wright, Lawrence and Shee
  5. History of the RCJ’s famous cases and Inquiries

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